Jane Nelson

Director, Corporate Responsibility Initiative, Harvard Kennedy School of Government

Degrees, University of Natal, South Africa and University of Oxford, UK; Rhodes Scholar. Director, Corporate Responsibility Initiative, Harvard Kennedy School; Non-Resident Senior Fellow, Brookings. 1993-2012, Director and Senior Adviser, Prince of Wales International Business Leaders Forum. Prior to 1993, with the Business Council for Sustainable Development, Africa, FUNDES in Latin America, and Vice-President, Citibank Financial Institutions Group, Asia, Europe and Middle East. 2001, with UN Global Compact preparing report for the General Assembly on cooperation between United Nations and the private sector. Former Senior Associate, Institute for Sustainability Leadership, Cambridge University; former Track Leader and Adviser, Clinton Global Initiative. Member, Board of Directors: Newmont; Chevron’s Niger Delta Partnership Initiative. Emeritus Director: World Environment Center. Member, Advisory Councils: Abbott, Bank of America, ExxonMobil, Griffith Foods, APCO Worldwide, Business Fights Poverty, and InterAction. Member, World Economic Forum Global Future Council (GFC) on Transparency and Anti-Corruption; former Co-Chair, GFC on Food Systems Innovation and Member, World Economic Forum Stewardship Board for Food Systems. Co-author of five books and over 100 publications on corporate responsibility, public-private partnerships, and the role of the private sector in development, and five of the World Economic Forum’s global corporate citizenship reports. Recipient of honours and awards.

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